T-8.1 - Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State

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26. As Surveyor-General of Québec, the Minister shall establish and update a public register called the Register of the domain of the State , in the form and containing the particulars the Minister determines, in which alienations and acquisitions of land and immovable rights, names of parties, transfers of authority, administration and other rights, natural resource development rights, special legal status under an Act, restrictions on use, management delegations and land surveys are registered.
Insofar as such data is available, the Register is also to include information on the private or public character of lands, the name of the government department or public body having authority over the lands, and the geographical location and geometric representation of land divisions.
1987, c. 23, s. 26; 1987, c. 76, s. 1; 1995, c. 20, s. 14; 2006, c. 40, s. 3.
26. The Minister shall prepare and keep up to date a public land register, called the “Terrier” in the form he determines, in which shall be registered every alienation, acquisition, servitude, location or occupation right as well as every transfer, renewal and revocation of rights or leases granted on the lands.
In addition, the Minister shall register any transfers of land made under sections 6 to 12.
1987, c. 23, s. 26; 1987, c. 76, s. 1; 1995, c. 20, s. 14.
26. The Minister shall prepare and keep up to date a public land register, called the “Terrier” in the form he determines, in which shall be registered every alienation, acquisition, servitude, location or occupation right as well as every transfer, renewal and revocation of rights or leases granted on the lands. In the case of non-cadastered lands, the registration shall have the same effect as registration under Title XVIII of Book III of the Civil Code of Lower Canada.
In addition, the Minister shall register any transfers of land made under sections 6 to 12.
1987, c. 23, s. 26; 1987, c. 76, s. 1.
26. The Minister shall prepare and keep up to date a public land register, called the “Terrier” in the form he determines, in which shall be registered every alienation, acquisition, servitude, location or occupation right as well as every transfer, renewal and revocation of rights, leases or occupation licences granted on the lands. In the case of non-cadastered lands, the registration shall have the same effect as registration under Title XVIII of Book III of the Civil Code.
In addition, the Minister shall register any transfers of land made under sections 6 to 12.
1987, c. 23, s. 26.